Thao-Ha Phan, MA, LMFT, LADC

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor

Thao-Ha Phan is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor. She has a passion for supporting individuals, couples, and families by helping them strengthen their connection with one another and themselves. She looks forward to amplifying client’s strengths and interjecting humor to overcome challenges be it relationships, substance use, or other struggles life hands us.

Thao-Ha has experience providing services in a variety of environments including client’s homes, school settings, and clinic substance use treatment centers. She comes from the view of harm reduction in substance use while assisting the client towards abstinence. She provides a culturally sensitive perspective as she has experienced first hand, and through clients the impact of traditions, heritage, and behaviors have on people and their family members. She looks forward to further her professional trainings in trauma care and strategies to assist clients on their journey.

kurtKurt Sayers, MA, LPCC

Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor

Kurt is pursuing his Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. He has experience working in clinics, public schools, and in-home settings. He specializes in working with individuals, couples, and families. He notices that people experience difficulties within their lives that they want to overcome. He looks forward to supporting clients through these difficult times.

Many times he has found emotions can get in the way of making decisions. He views insight as a foundation to obtaining answers to the unique circumstances that are present. He utilizes a nonjudgmental approach to challenge and encourage his clients to address concerns in a new way to get out of old patterns.

kimberleyKimberley Wobschall, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Kimberley is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She believes the foundation of mental working on health issues is done through understanding oneself and the connections and interactions with others. Kimberley holds partnering with people on this journey towards healing as a sacred honor.

Kimberley has a passion to work with people who have experienced trauma. She believes it is essential that trauma work begins by strengthening and stabilizing the present. Once this has been established the deeper work of the trauma work can take place. The work of trauma can be done without having to relive the events; this prevents re-traumatization. Kimberley expands the traditional therapy approach of discussing thoughts and feelings to include working with the body. This is done by paying attention to motion, the 5 senses (sight, smell, taste, hearing, and touch) and internal sensations, such as rapid heart rate and the stomach tightening.